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Winair Air France group photo - Jan 2019
By The Publisher On Friday, January 18th, 2019
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Air France / KLM Code Share renewal audit at Winair

Philipsburg, January 18, 2019 –According to internal policy and international EASA standards both Air France and KLM were obliged to perform the Codeshare renewal audit at Winair. This audit must be done Bi-annually. More...

MP Sarah Wescot-Williams Presentation IPKO Jan 2018 (2)
By The Publisher On Friday, January 18th, 2019
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Sarah Deems IPKO a Success

~ Consultations Should Always Be With End Goal In Mind ~ Philipsburg St. Maarten, January 18, 2019 – “I wish to again congratulate all of the persons who contributed to the success of the Interparliamentary More...

Thick clouds of smoke billowed through Philipsburg and the Southwestern districts on Friday, Aug. 31, after a fire was ignited at the Pond Island dumpsite for debris resulting from Hurricane Irma. Here, an excavator driver  tries to smother the fire and lessen the flames. Smoke filled the sky all day Friday.  (D.A. Robin/Photojournalist)
By The Publisher On Friday, January 18th, 2019
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RIVM to assist VROMI with air quality measurement surrounding the landfill

Philipsburg — From 21 January 2019, a team from the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) will travel to Sint Maarten for a period of 2 weeks, to assist the government (VROMI) More...

Wycliffe Smith 2018 Election Photo
By The Publisher On Thursday, January 17th, 2019
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Students for Study Financing have until end of January to apply

PHILIPSBURG—There has been an increase of students applying for study financing this year. According the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Wycliffe Smith although some 267 students have applied More...

Wycliffe Smith
By The Publisher On Thursday, January 17th, 2019
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Some 40 students to receive awards for outstanding achievements

PHILIPSBURG — Some 40 students from various high schools have been nominated to receive the Kings and Queens’s awards by the Gifted Foundation. These students who have been making positive and outstanding More...

StMaartenNews Opinion
By The Publisher On Thursday, January 17th, 2019
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Supervision

By Hilbert Haar There is no doubt that financial supervision is useful. St. Maarten agreed to this supervision when it obtained country status in 2010. The question is now: did financial supervision improve our More...

Pictures by © Berber van Beek    https://www.facebook.com/studiorootzphotography/ or www.studiorootz.com
By The Publisher On Thursday, January 17th, 2019
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Financial supervision remains in place for another three years

PHILIPSBURG – St. Maarten and Curacao will remain under financial supervision until at least 2021. The committee that evaluated the countries’ level of compliance with the Kingdom law financial supervision More...

insel-air
By The Publisher On Thursday, January 17th, 2019
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Life support

By Hilbert Haar Insel Air is one step away from bankruptcy. That much is clear from the recent ruling by the Court in First Instance that withheld its approval from the homologation accord with the airline’s creditors. In More...

InselAir Fokker 50
By The Publisher On Thursday, January 17th, 2019
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Insel Air on the verge of bankruptcy

PHILIPSBURG – Troubled airline Insel Air came one step closer to bankruptcy this week after the Court in First Instance withheld its approval of the so-called homologation agreement with its creditors. Intercaribbean, More...

TEATT Minister Stuart Johnson
By The Publisher On Wednesday, January 16th, 2019
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Questions for the Minister of TEATT about the FAA status of the St. Maarten Civil Aviation Authority

Philipsburg — Since the honourable Minister of Transportation, Stuart Johnson, left the Wednesday’s Council of Minister’s press briefing without taking questions from the media, we would like More...